At the Chrysler, we believe that every community member brings their unique skills and life experiences to the interpretation of art. Your reflections enrich our thinking and help us all see artwork in new ways.
In order to engage a broad range of voices on the subject, the Chrysler Museum invited community leaders, educators, and subject matter experts to participate in the Community Voices Project, audio commentary that examines the objects in the exhibition Thomas Jefferson, Architect. As you tour the galleries, hear their perspectives about the objects on view.
We hope that their reflections encourage you to ask what Jefferson, his architecture, and his legacy means to you.